It is going to be a very cold night with most spots in the single digits for tonight. The one factor that may keep us slightly warmer (although still very cold) is the high thin clouds that have been in the area Saturday afternoon. The clouds will act as a blanket to keep the temperatures from falling to what they otherwise would. This is also record territory for Topeka and Concordia with record lows 9° and 5° respectively. Both are long standing records from 1898. The good news is that winds will be calm so wind chills will not be much of a factor tonight. Despite increasing clouds Sunday's highs will warm back up to the upper 20s to around 30°.
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